Andrey “Rarst” Savchenko is a WordPress contractor from Kiev, Ukraine.
He believes in a Web of content sites that are a delight to discover, read, and navigate. For that he helps other developers on complex tasks and long–term value goals. His services include: make it fast, automate menial, stare down a legacy codebase, fix the world (one bug at a time).
In free time he likes to drink tea, read science fiction and every tweet in his timeline.
WordPress commitment to backwards compatibility spawned an extensive code base with rich functionality. Much of it has now seen many years of very active use by developers.
The history of it is fascinating to study and learn from. It teaches us principles of code that see sustained and productive use. As well as challenges of code that fell short and became an endless challenge.
This talk will walk through the results of the poll on developer experience with the core code. And distill them into practical lessons on code design for success.
The audience will get an overview of the best (and worst) parts of code in WordPress core. Followed by a practical summary of their traits and challenges.
|WordPress breaks time (and how to fix it)||WordCamp Retreat Soltau 2018||May 2018|
|Постановка процесса отслеживания проблем||WordCamp Kyiv 2016||September 2016|
|Практичное профилирование производительности||WordPress Kitchen 2015||October 2015|
|Кеширование маленьких больших вещей||WordPress Kitchen Meetup Summer 2015||August 2015|
|Practical Performance Profiling||WordCamp Norway 2015||February 2015|
|The Craft of Answering WordPress Questions||WordCamp Europe 2014||September 2014|
|Caching Small Big Things||WordCamp Switzerland 2014||May 2014|
|Lies, Damned Lies, and No Need for Templating Engine||WordCamp Norway 2014||January 2014|
|Better Site Stacks with Composer||WordCamp Europe 2013||October 2013|